I’m having one of those brilliant, and altogether too rare, periods in the writing process when everything that I’ve been up to, but didn’t really know on a conscious level that I was up to, has suddenly clarified, and what seemed like random bits of noise suddenly coalesce into message. And I don’t want to stay away from it too long, but I did want to make a note of it — I spend enough time whining about the difficult moments in writing that it seems like a good idea to celebrate the moments when it’s going well, too.
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Director of Digital Humanities and Professor of English, Michigan State University. Author of Generous Thinking: A Radical Approach to Saving the University. View all posts by Kathleen Fitzpatrick